ANALYSIS: CFM comfortably ahead in A320neo engine race

CFM International is convincingly winning the two-horse race to power Airbus A320neo family aircraft, with more than 2,500 of the re-engined narrowbodies on order set to have engines from the GE Aviation and Safran joint venture, compared with just over 1,800 for rival Pratt & Whitney.

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